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Music Video: IDOL (feat. Nicki Minaj)

Artisit: BTS

  • Genre: K-Pop
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:46

  • Copyright: BTS

Music Video For IDOL (feat. Nicki Minaj) By Artist BTS

Reviews For IDOL (feat. Nicki Minaj) By Artist BTS

  • Queen Nicki and K-Pop Princes bts

    By nickiminajfan1983
    BTS was only known as a K-Pop artist and for them to come have a song with The Queen of Rap that’s amazing. I didn’t know anything about bts let alone k-pop until you this song. I really enjoy the song. Queen Nicki killed it . Her voice and her rap fit perfectly. WHATS GOOD KOREA
  • 꽃길만 걷자 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

    By taijihk
    💜💜💜💜💜💜💜only BTS🤟
  • She did that

    By Nickiwoodunlocked
    Love Nicki!
  • Facts

    By Lori_12
    Nicki verse just mess up the song, it’s not being hater her part doesn’t fit the song.
  • Trash

    By eggso enthusiast 💓
    Terrible. A distaste to the wonderful genre of kpop.
  • I love it😍😍😍

    By YoBoiRoost
  • THIS IS AMAzing!! BTS has come so far :,)

    By Stan Stray Kids UWU
    Ugh haters gonna hate. People don’t understand that BTS was once that underrated group who wasn’t really appreciated. Now they’re the most popular and it’s because they’re talented. Even if the song isn’t to your taste, then don’t just be like ew. And if you don’t like Nicki Minaj, JUST GO LISTEN TO THE ORIGINAL!!!
  • Y’all really hatin

    By IBubbleTeaQueen
    I don’t understand why you guys are such haters for barely any reason, you don’t like Nicki Minaj? Okay, then you should only listen to the original version, don’t come here just to give a bad review because you don’t like nicki minaj. She did a good job in my opinion, and I don’t even like her.
  • Why

    By #thevampsrock
    Bts what the heck where you thinking.The beginning was good but then everything went downhill from there.
  • peace

    By Nfje cjsndjfbdnc
    All y’all giving it a bad review don’t understand the message of this song at all lol. You really think some reviews saying this is “whack” will effect them??? Y’all need to love yourself. Don’t be so bitter because of others success. It only hurts you in the long run. I wish you happiness and peace for the rest of your life! Be kind to others and yourself

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